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Modify the front grille of Ford


Jacky Xine
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My Ford is 9 years old and I didn't change the front grille ever before. The front grille is old and ugly. So I decide to get a new one.

I found a fittable grille for my car on Motorshive a few days ago. It looks great and cheaper. So I bought one and install it in my car. Now my car looks handsome. 

 

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